Korg TM50 Silver Chromatic Combo Tuner and Metronome
This Korg TM50 Silver Chromatic Combo Tuner and Metronome is the perfect addition to your music bag. The ability to tune yourself and keep a steady pulse at once makes the TM-50 an essential tool.
Worldwide known manufacturers of electronic musical instruments and accessories, Korg, aim to create new experiences in music and performance.
The TM-50 comes equipped with many useful functions. It has a detection range from C1 to C8, plus the calibration to support a number of concert pitches, making it useful to all instruments. The sound out function produces a reference tone through the built in speakers, within a 3 octave range. There is the option of using your instrument to detect the appropriate reference tone, while the meter indicates the pitch discrepancy
The metronome has a tempo range from 30 – 252 beats/minute, including a tap tempo button to work out your speed. The selection of 15 rhythm settings enables the practice of many different musical styles. All information is displayed on a needle type meter. In addition to all of this, memory backup remembers your settings proving useful for regular practice. Moreover, an adjustable, highly responsive LCD back-lit screen ensures enhanced visibility. This lightweight, compact metronome/tuner runs of AAA batteries, and has an auto power off function to ensure the conservation of power.
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Warranty / Guarantee
Finally, AFP products are guaranteed for a year against any defective material under normal use during the first year of purchase, and are covered by the AFP Support Plan.